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Another significant milestone in Adair County history

Fiesta Mexico gets first shipment of beer. Popular Mexican Restaurant will start serving today.
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By Ed Waggener

If all goes as expected, some diner will make history today by being the first to be served beer with a meal at Fiesta Mexico, 819 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY today.

Smith Bros. Distributing of Bardstown, KY, delivered the first keg of beer to Fiesta Mexico, , yesterday, Tue 25 Oct 2016. A restaurant staffer said that beer would be served in the restaurant starting today, Wed 26 Oct 2016, but said the restaurant is still a week or so off before mixed drinks will be served.



This story was posted on 2016-10-26 04:34:34
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